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New Here ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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I have a project in Laravel, now i'm trying to connect with Adobe Express. My API key was authorized, the url that in working in is: http://127.0.0.1:8000/adobe and i gave access to localhost:8000 in the panel of the adobe express. Should i create a new project with the 127.0.0.1:8000 url?

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Adobe Employee , Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

Hi Vitor --

 

I just tested from the key you emailed me and it's working from `localhost:3000` -- please ensure that you are calling from a secure URL (https as opposed to http -- that might be what's causing you problems).

 

Best,

 

Amanda

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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Hi @Vitor Felippe33472296va7e  --

 

You don't need to create a new project, you can just edit your existing project in Developer Console. Navigate to the project, click "API Key" on the left panel. Then click "Edit Credentials" on the top right. You can then edit your allowed domains as needed. 

 

Best, 

 

Amanda

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New Here ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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I changed the port to 3000, included the localhost:3000 at the alowed domains and the same error happens.

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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Hi Vitor --

 

I just tested from the key you emailed me and it's working from `localhost:3000` -- please ensure that you are calling from a secure URL (https as opposed to http -- that might be what's causing you problems).

 

Best,

 

Amanda

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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Hi – yes, important to use https/SSL after making a local certificate via mkcert as per instructions in the docs.

And even if you do have mkcert set up, browsers can be a bit too sticky remembering http or https so it can be helpful to empty cache or try another browser.

 

But if you've done that and are still getting errors, seeing that you are accessing it via 127.0.0.1:8000 in address bar, and have entered localhost into the api key allowed domains, I wondered if you have got 

127.0.0.1 localhost

in your hosts file?

 

Then you can enter https://localhost:8000 in your address bar

Rather than https://127.0.0.1:8000

Might make a difference?


edit hosts file in windows at

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc/hosts

edit via notepad

 

and in Mac at

/etc/hosts

edited via sudo nano /etc/hosts

 

Ru

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Nov 15, 2023 Nov 15, 2023

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It was it! Thank you Amanda!

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